Bookies.com bring you the best bets from the Derby d'Italia, as Juve and Nerazzurri battle in the San Siro on Sunday.
Serie A champions Juventus may be eight points behind upcoming opponents Inter Milan, and 10 behind table toppers Fiorentina, but the Scudetto scrap is far from over.
As they make the trek to the San Siro for the first Derby d’Italia of the term, Massimiliano Allegri’s Turin team have the chance to make a serious Serie A statement. Priced brilliantly at 19/10 by BetVictor to take all three points from their trip, Milan could make the perfect stage for an Old Lady revival.
Unlike Milan derbies, which have proven to be tight affairs in recent times, this clash between two fierce northern rivals, tends to provide a greater chance of goals.
Both teams have bagged in all of these two Italian giants’ past six scuffles, with Juve clinching the spoils from three. So, backing the Piedmontese at 5/1 to win with both teams to score, courtesy of bet365, is a fine shout.
Juventus have, of course, had a sluggish start to the season, having narrowly missed out on netting a treble last term. Yet, there have been signs of recovery, as Allgeri has steered his side to back-to-back victories across all competitions, notching five in those two fixtures.
The rest of Serie A will surely have taken note, and the Scudetto holder have plenty of potent hitman at their disposal. Buoyed by his first Argentina cap, dazzling Paulo Dybala was also on target for the Old Lady last time out, and is a best market 7/1 from Sky Bet to strike first.
Also in fine form is fledgling Spain sharpshooter Alvaro Morata, with two in as many of his last tussles. The former Real Madrid forward can be backed at 15/2 with Paddy Power to deliver the final blow, after notching the winner in this fixture last season.
Should punters wish to back home side Inter, the Nerrazzurri are 17/10 with 888.com for a win in front of home fans. While, the Lombardy club’s most lethal scoring shout is Argentine marksman Mauro Icardi (2/1 in the anytime market with BetVictor), who bagged home and away against the Old Lady last campaign.